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Internet’s Effect on Music goes Live

Ever since the Napster days, I’ve always believed that the internet would ultimately revive people’s thirst for music, and also drive their thirst for live music. That philosophy in mind, I developed a strong connection with one of Australia’s most forward and most progressive live music promoters. For the last year, the Music Producer’s Forum … Continue reading

Stone Parade review at the Art Factory

The good people at Gibson invited the Music Producers Forum to check out Sydney Northern Beaches indie band Stone Parade at the Oxford Art Factory. Battling one of Sydney’s coldest nights, a miss guided GPS device and peak hour traffic was well and truly worth the effort.

Thursday Nights, Sydney Open Mic – Jam Cooki

Every Thursday at the Captain Cook Hotel in Sydney, the Jam Cooki open mic showcases local talent. Next Thursday 17th April, Music Producers Forum member, Ben Briedis will be performing, and on 8th May, Zara Meow. Details: Captain Cook Hotel 33 Kent St, Millers Point, Sydney, 2000 Every Thursday Related Links Jam Cooki’s Myspace Making … Continue reading

Introducing Zara Meow – Forum Member Profile

At this week’s Music Producers Forum meeting, we gathered at the Surf Rock Hotel to hear the sets of Open Mic’ers. One of our newest members Sydney independent artist, (Singer, songwriter and killer piano player) Zara Meow introduced her self in stunning style with her electronic piano at hand, on centre stage at the Surf … Continue reading

Making the most of the open mic

Open mics are starting growing in popularity around the Sydney pub and club scene. One theory is that with the anti smoking law, republicans are having to find ways to attract their drinkers. For live music, this is a good turn of events.

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